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Senior Education Staff Attorney

Mississippi Center for Justice

HQ Phone: (228) 435-7284

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Mississippi Center for Justice

963 Division St.

Biloxi, Mississippi 39530

United States

Company Description

The Mississippi Center for Justice is a nonprofit, public interest law firm committed to advancing racial and economic justice. Supported and staffed by attorneys, community leaders and volunteers, the Center develops and pursues strategies to combat disc ... more

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Employment History

Director of Litigation

Biloxi

Adjunct Professor With the Social Work Department

University of Southern Mississippi

Education

Swarthmore College

University of Pennsylvania Law School

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Staff | Mississippi Center for Justice

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Jeremy Eisler jeisler@mscenterforjustice.org Jeremy serves as the Center's senior education staff attorney. He is a graduate of Swarthmore College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. After graduating law school Eisler worked in Georgia for the Brown Lung Association, organizing textile workers around occupational health issues, which resulted in Georgia's listing of Byssinosis as an occupational disease. He was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 1982, and worked for Southeast Mississippi Legal Services in Hattiesburg until 1987. During this time, he was also an Adjunct Professor with the Social Work Department at University of Southern Mississippi and a member of Health Systems Advisory Board.

In 1985, he was named to the Governor's Commission on Child Support and assisted in drafting Mississippi's Paternity Testing statute. Beginning in 1989, he worked with South Mississippi Legal Services in Biloxi and in 1998 was named Legal Services Lawyer of the Year by the Mississippi Bar Association. From 2004 to 2012, he worked as Statewide Director of Litigation for both Mississippi Legal Services programs, Mississippi Center For Legal Services and North Mississippi Rural Legal Services Corporation.


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Jeremy Eisler, Mississippi Center for Justice
Jeremy Eisler is the Senior Education Staff Attorney for the Mississippi Center for Justice. For the eight years prior to joining MCJ, Jeremy worked as Statewide Director of Litigation for Mississippi Center for Legal Services and North Mississippi Rural Legal Services Corporation. He is a graduate of Swarthmore College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.


Mississippi Center for Justice | www.mscenterforjustice.org

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Jeremy Eisler jeisler@mscenterforjustice.org Jeremy Eisler serves as the Center's senior education staff attorney. He is a graduate of Swarthmore College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. After graduating law school Eisler worked in Georgia for the Brown Lung Association, organizing textile workers around occupational health issues, which resulted in Georgia's listing of Byssinosis as an occupationaldisease. He was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in 1982, and worked forSoutheast Mississippi Legal Services in Hattiesburg until 1987. During this time, he was also an Adjunct Professor with the Social Work Department at University of Southern Mississippi and a member of Health SystemsAdvisory Board. In 1985, he was named to the Governor's Commission on ChildSupport and assisted in drafting Mississippi's Paternity Testing statute.Beginning in 1989,he worked with South Mississippi Legal Services in Biloxi and in 1998 was named Legal Services Lawyer of the Yearby the Mississippi Bar Association. From 2004 to 2012, he worked as Statewide Director of Litigation for both Mississippi LegalServices programs, Mississippi Center For Legal Services and NorthMississippi Rural Legal ServicesCorporation.


Reducing racial disparities in our prisons: What can Mississippi learn from other states? | Jennifer Kirby-McLemore

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Written by Jeremy Eisler, an ...

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Written by Jeremy Eisler, an attorney with the Mississippi Center for Legal Services, "Courting Disaster" is a satirical musical comedy that "pokes fun at the lives of lawyers, litigants and judges without fear or favor," said Kanawha Players President John Halstead.

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Scarpelli and Eisler met through a mutual friend, local attorney Margot Saunders.
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The legal profession can be a maddening world, and Eisler, 56, said he found catharsis in the process of writing the play.
"After 25 years of sitting and watching the practice of law, it was either retire to the Caribbean, go to psychotherapy or write a farce," he said. "And I don't really have the money for the first two."
He also traveled to Charleston recently to work with the cast and crew on rehearsals. He said the experience was a special one, and that he will be in town this weekend for the show.
"Obviously, I wouldn't miss it for the world," he said.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- In a town with no shortage of lawyers and litigants, Kanawha Players believes its next show will be a big success.
Written by Jeremy Eisler, an attorney with the Mississippi Center for Legal Services, "Courting Disaster" is a satirical musical comedy that "pokes fun at the lives of lawyers, litigants and judges without fear or favor," said Kanawha Players President John Halstead.
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Scarpelli and Eisler met through a mutual friend, local attorney Margot Saunders.
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The legal profession can be a maddening world, and Eisler, 56, said he found catharsis in the process of writing the play.
"After 25 years of sitting and watching the practice of law, it was either retire to the Caribbean, go to psychotherapy or write a farce," he said. "And I don't really have the money for the first two."
He also traveled to Charleston recently to work with the cast and crew on rehearsals. He said the experience was a special one, and that he will be in town this weekend for the show.
"Obviously, I wouldn't miss it for the world," he said.
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Eisler said he believes just about anyone who has spent much time in a courtroom will enjoy the show. There are more than 1,800 attorneys in Kanawha County alone, according to the West Virginia State Bar.
"Most lawyers are able to laugh at themselves," he said.

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